Cristiano Ronaldo is finding Serie A hard compared to La Liga - Cafu

Cristiano Ronaldo is finding Serie A hard compared to La Liga - Cafu

Cristiano Ronaldo is finding Serie A hard compared to La Liga - Cafu

Keylor Navas has conceded Real Madrid are suffering without the goals of their former forward Cristiano Ronaldo.

The defeat extended a poor run of form for the holders that has left them without a win or a goal in three games - a run unmatched in the past 11 years, the Daily Mirror reported.

Real Madrid haven't scored in three matches in a row, something that never happened during Cristiano Ronaldo's time at the club.

"You can not cover the sun with one finger".

"Obviously, I want to play....(but) being left out has made me work harder and concentrate more".

Nikola Vlasic's second-minute goal was enough for CSKA, who moved onto four points and top of Group G.

Los Blancos have won the competition in the last three seasons, but stumbled out in Russian Federation on match day two on Tuesday, losing 1-0 to CSKA Moscow.

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"Do Everton regret letting me leave on loan?"

Ronaldo departed as Real Madrid's all-time leading goalscorer with Julen Lopetegui's side having now gone three games in a row without scoring.

"But we can't live in the past or think what this team would be with him". "But we did believe it's possible to beat them and we fully deserved to have done it".

Navas said: "We are sad because they had one chance and took it". It's his decision to make and we can only respect it and thank him for what he has done for us.

"My teammates do the best they can and the goals will come".

Nonetheles, more rave reviews are trailing his super strike against Atletico, with the latest coming from Belgium ex-international, Marc Degryse, who said the 29th minute was out of this world.

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